Based on what you’ve seen the feds do over the past few years, do you honestly believe that when you tell them, “I lost it in a boating accident” that they will just accept that and move on?
Better to never be on their radar in the first place.
Sure, absolutely. However, when the feds decide to start the confiscation, they’re going to start with the list of online orders, and you’ll be on the skyline.
Consider what we’ve seen out of the alphabet boys over the past few years. Do you really think when they come for your gold, they will accept “I lost it in a boating accident”?
Better to never be on the list at all, IMO.
See my second comment - if you buy online, the government will be able to track you down when they decide to make gold ownership illegal again.
Make sure you’re okay with that before you make your purchases online.
For where to buy, build a relationship with the best local coin shop you can find. Online will be less expensive, but there will be a paper trail identifying you as a precious metals buyer.
One ounce government issue is my preference for gold. If you get fractional ounces, the premium is much more.
US Eagles and Buffaloes, Canadian Maple Leafs and South African Krugerands are my favorites.
If you need coins with gold content but less than an ounce, look at the British Sovereigns - those are nice.
Please explain your leap in logic for feeling the need to even mention “fasting forever”?
Do you really think we are all dumb enough to assume that MudPuddlePie was recommending permanent fasting?
Tell me - which of the government’s eating and nutrition advice do you trust?
There are no amino acids (thus no proteins) that I am aware of that contain either potassium or chloride.
However, amino acids (and thus, proteins) are typically polar, and can have regions that are slightly electronegative or slightly electro positive (or both).
Potassium ions are positive, and chloride ions are negative, so the possibility exists that these ions “stick” to the spike protein in solution, like magnets. However, it wouldn’t be a very strong bond. Consider that all the proteins in our blood have slightly negative and slightly positive regions, so I doubt that would be the case, but I suppose it is possible.
If your concern is that the spike proteins are custom made with bond with KCl (like how hemoglobin is custom made to attract oxygen via its iron atom), the real concern would be it depleting potassium ions from our blood (which our hearts need to function), not additional potassium being added.
So again, there is simply no reason to be concerned with the KCl in the shots from what I see.
The myocardial issues have more likely been due to inflammation (a foreign protein our body does not recognize), and its associated issues (blood pressure increase, arterial wall damage, and excess cholesterol production).
Well, they convinced themselves that voting for Trump was an act of violence, so it makes sense that us not letting them groom kids would also be considered violence to them 🙄
You asked about KCl and we’ve told you what it is and what it does.
It being “in a vaccine” doesn’t change that it’s still just an electrolyte. If you need electrolytes then you may get KCl in an IV, so it’s fine intravenously as long as it’s not a lethal amount. Unless you have evidence that the quantity is too much for human hearts to handle, it’s still just an electrolyte.
What’s more is that KCl is an ionic molecule. In aqueous solution, it would just be potassium ions and chloride ions, both of which are in our bloodstream constantly already.
Forcing an issue where there is none really doesn’t do anyone any favors. You’d be hard pressed to find anyone here arguing for the shot’s safety and effectiveness. In other words, there’s plenty of deadly shit in the vaccine - foaming at the mouth about one of the non-lethal ingredients isn’t a good look.
You asked for Biochems to weigh in. I have a bachelors in biochemistry (summa cum laude). I’ve weighed in. Sorry the facts don’t align with your conspiracy in this case. Next time maybe post “looking for Biochems to agree with me” to get what you are looking for.
If you’ve ever drunk Gatorade or any other sports drink, then you’ve consumed small doses of potassium chloride. It’s just an electrolyte.
Let him who is without fault throw the first stone. Here’s hoping you always do everything perfectly for the rest of your life, lest someone you love decides to treat you the same way you treat those who love you.
It’s called being the bigger person.
An eye for an eye leaves everyone blind.
Because she’s HIS MOTHER, you absolute sod.
Yes it did
You cannot. If you want to post another image you need to make a new post
"If the product or service is free, then YOU are the product or service."
Kind of odd how the author of this article has the same last name as the guy they just arrested for leaking top secret docs (Jack Teixeira)... a last name that this 50 year old guy has never seen nor heard of before.
Well, that's Obongo's dad's passport unfortunately.
Just because Q said "How many coincidences before it becomes mathematically impossible" does NOT mean that coincidences no longer exist.
If I roll 4 dice and it adds up to 17, does that mean that Q used his magic brain ray on my dice to force a 17?
I have a Q in my name - does that mean I'm part of the Q team, or maybe that Trump used his time machine to go back to 1971 and subtly influence my parents to give me a name with a Q in it?
My daughter turned 17 on March 28, 2020. Q post 3907 (dated Mar 28, 2020) has the word daughter in it - does this mean that Q was giving a shoutout to my daughter on her 17th birthday?
Those of us who believe in (or at least follow) Q are not a monolith - we're (to borrow a term from the enemy) a spectrum.
That spectrum goes from cautiously optimistic and logical, to "the tin foil is a bit too tight". I'm on the former end, you're closer to the latter end.
By all means, believe what you want to believe - that's your right and I support that right 100%. Just don't expect those of us on the logical side of Q to get moist in the crotch about a guy laying on a circle.
Yes. You are very, very wrong.
You are contending that not only was the fight fixed, but the fighter who fell made sure to fall in such a way as to make a surreptitious letter 'Q'.
There's a distinct line between hidden comms and magical thinking, and you've crossed it.
Yeah. Dee is most certainly NOT MAGA.
Definitely join HSLDA
Look into the Sonlight curriculum. We've graduated 3 on that program. Lots (LOTS!) of books and reading, but they link everything. For example, if your kids are doing Ancient Egypt in history, they'll be reading books about (and fiction set in) Ancient Egypt. Their spelling words will be Ancient Egypt related, and their science unit will be something like "the ecosystem of the Nile river". When everything is interrelated like that, it's very reinforcing and your kids seem to learn faster.
This curriculum does not include math, so you'll need to choose a math to go along with it (we use Teaching Textbooks).
Keep in mind that the public school system is designed to be a baby sitter while the parents are away at work. Do NOT get caught up in spending 6 or 8 hours per day on school work. You can literally get done with the school work in 2-3 hours, and your kids will be learning more than their public school peers.
Homeschooling allows you to customize your curriculum to support your children's' interests. My 15 year old loves art and music, so she has a couple hours each day to compose her own music and draw her own comic strips. My 13 year old is into computers and coding and is learning how to write his own iPhone apps. Allow your children to pursue their interests and watch how excited they'll be to do school each day.
Do not turn your nose up at "unschooling". For some kids, that is the best way for them to learn.
Best of luck to you! You are helping ensure your kids will be productive, critically thinking members of society.
Agree with me or you’re the enemy!
How very leftist of you…